Saturday, December 17, 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Letras entrelazadas. Intertwined letters

This painting is representing the power of the letters, no matter type, size, color, language.
It is divided in six rectangular areas, like the pages of a book.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Caballo mitológico. Mythological horse

This painting reminds me of the illustrations in a book I had when I was a girl, called Mitos y Leyendas, Colección Walt Disney. I was captured by them, as they were flat and with weird proportions, bodies like triangles, long legs, heads like circles, but beautiful indeed.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Murciélagos. Bats

Surprising as always, you can move the shutters, open the window, touch a hole, enter a cave, you don´t see anything and suddenly, here they are, bats, bats and more bats everywhere.
In my painting, they are made of the same stone from the cave.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Icarus burning with the sun. Ícaro quemándose con el sol

I know Icarus´ legend and he didn´t burn with the sun; his wings were melt by the sun and he fell to the ocean. But I always envision him burning, and falling as a ball of fire. In this painting, he is static, accepting his destiny.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Barley House. Casa de cebada.

Barley House. Digital art by Myriam B. Mahiques
Safe Creative #1112010636274

I like Cat Stevens´ old songs, but I´m not crazy about them, except for this one -Into White- that tells us about a mystic house:

I built my house from barley rice
Green pepper walls and water ice
Tables of paper wood, windows of light
And everything emptying into white.

A simple garden, with acres of sky
A Brown-haired dogmouse
If one dropped by
Yellow Delanie would sleep well at night
With everything emptying into white.

A sad Blue eyed drummer rehearses outside
A Black spider dancing on top of his eye
Red legged chicken stands ready to strike
And everything emptying into white.

I built my house from barley rice
Green pepper walls and water ice
And everything emptying into white

Friday, December 2, 2011

Herbs and flowers floating in a jar. Hierbas y flores flotando en un frasco

This is digital art from one of my vinegar jars. I added the miniature roses and herbs myself.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

The Graeae´s eye. El ojo de las brujas grises

The Graeae (English translation: "old women", "grey ones", "grey sisters", or "grey witches"; alternatively spelled Graiai (Γραῖαι), Graiae, Graii), were three sisters who shared one eye and one tooth among them. They are one of several trios of archaic goddesses in Greek mythology. The Graeae were daughters of Phorcys and Ceto. Thus, they were among the Phorcydes, all of which were either aquatic (sea-based) or chthonic (earth-based) dieties. The Graiae were sisters to the Gorgons.
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